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Jul 10, 2013 12:00am EDT
of "american greed"... >> that's right. we're breaking the [bleep] law. >> narrator: scott rothstein, always the life of the party, a guy who wants the world to love him. >> we're lawyers. if we're not gonna break the law, who is? >> he was a larger-than-life type of person, very charismatic. >> narrator: he is raking in hundreds of millions of dollars. >> you saw scott, you're thinking money. >> narrator: and he spends it like it will never run out. >> he amassed over 200 watches, a hundred suits, 9 or 10 cars at any one point in time, a number of homes. >> narrator: but the money does ru
Jul 7, 2013 8:00pm EDT
will walk. and every major law firm, every major company knows this is the future. >> so who's to blame for the narcissistic praise hounds now taking over the office? wall street journal columnist jeffrey zaslow covers trends in the workplace and points the finger at the man who was once america's favorite next-door neighbor. >> ♪ it's a beautiful day ♪ in this neighborhood >> you got a guy like mr. rogers, fred rogers on tv. and he was telling his preschoolers, "you're special. you're special." and he meant well. but we, as parents, ran with it, and we said, "you, junior, are special, and you're special, and you're special." and for doing what? we didn't really explain that. >> but isn't this generation, particularly of middle-class kids, really quite special? aren't they, in some ways, much better than your generation, certainly mine? >> well, except when we were younger, you had a piano teacher who expected you to practice your piano and work hard at it, and the parents expected it. and now parents say, "have fun, learn the piano, practice a little bit." so there's not the expect
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